Champagne, whiskey teamed with an enticing menu. All within a French themed setting. Nice.
Louis Bouillet was the champagne of choice, whilst hubby decided to take a flight.
This flight was 3 Bulleit Bourbon varieties, (Bulleit, Bulleit Rye, Bulliet 10yo). Combined with the three beautifully presented mini tasting plates of beef, hubby set off on his flight. I’m told this cluster of glasses and mini plates, made for a comfortable, tasty and very relaxing flight! At $35, it certainly seemed good value and was certainly enjoyed by the recipient as he savoured the birthday drinks.
The Cuvée Platter was the ideal accompaniment to the champagne & whiskey. Around the lounge area, a few of these platters appeared as groups and couples chilled out with their chosen beverage. An ideal platter for nibbling away at, whilst sipping our way through Bubbles & Bulliet.
The atmosphere here is comfortable, with a choice of relaxing lounge settings or high bar style tables and stools. Plenty of room around, with the added bonus of not being a noisy area. So comfortable in fact, that hubby was having trouble staying awake, with the good food and whiskey sending him into a state of relaxation.
Staff, fantastic. Nothing was too much of a bother, very informative, polite, discreet, yet still capable of engaging in a conversation to make you feel like an individual and not just another customer through the door.
This was to be a mini-break for the weekend, to both celebrate hubby’s birthday and take a brief escape from reality.
So far it was looking like being a fantastic break. You will hear about the accommodations next…..keep an eye on this blog, http://www.dinelivetravel.com, http://www.facebook/dinelivetravel .com, or follow Dine Live Travel on Instagram.
If you’re looking for that extra little bit of style, perhaps a little bit of France in Brisbane, or just something a little special, try the Cuvée Lounge. You too could take a flight, maybe a flight through wine or champagne !